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Low FODMAP Eggplant Parmesan

Low FODMAP Eggplant Parmesan

Hey all! Nancy - Andrea's student here! I was lucky enough to receive the “Oh She Glows Everyday” cookbook, by Angela Liddon, for Christmas this year.  My friend must have known I had been eyeing this cookbook in stores already. I couldn’t wait to get into the kitchen and pick my first dish to share with you today. However, it was quite the challenge to pick one recipe, as they all sounded so good. At last, I chose the Excellent Eggplant Parmesan - of course - I made it a Low FODMAP Eggplant Parmesan for all you IBS'ers - it's EQUALLY as delicious as any FODMAP version! The Eggplant slices are coated in a fragrant vegan 'parmesan' and then cooked in the oven until crisp and...

Cinnamon Tahini Chickpea Salad

Cinnamon-Tahini Chickpea Salad

I fell in love with the flavours in Berry Nourished’s Moroccan-Quinoa Salad and decided to create my own rendition of this quick and simple salad! I amped up the cinnamon flavour in this dish, and kept the colourful array of vegetables that make this dish taste and look so delicious! This dish consists of chickpeas that provide a great source of protein and fibre, and fresh vegetables to help increase your vegetable count for the day! If you fall in love with the flavor and simplicity of this salad like I did, try doubling (or tripling) the recipe next time, as this dish is great for quick grab-on-the-go lunches! Once you start chopping, it doesn’t take long to double the ingredients, and it can help eliminate prep time on a...

Mediterranean Lentil Stuffed Peppers

Mediterranean Lentil-Stuffed Peppers

It's Fall now, and you're probably CRAVING comfort foods, especially for lunch. But at the same time, you're looking for a creative way to get your veggies in. I LOVE this lentil stuffed peppers recipe. Yes. It's a bit of work. But is it worth it? Hell to the yes. I typically double, or even TRIPLE the recipe, and freeze in two's for grab and go lunches. The quality surprisingly is quite good after freezing! Not to mention two of these checks off TWO of your vegetable servings for the day, is packed FULL of lentil-y good fibre and protein, and is vegetarian! It's a great meatless Monday dish - that you can prep on Sunday and have for leftovers during the week! Save Print...

What Are Pulses? A Dietitian Explains.

What Are Pulses? | International Year of the Pulse

Hey all! I'm sure many of you know, but I'm taking part this year in Pulse Canada's Pulse Pledge! For those of you who DON'T know, it's the International Year of the Pulses! I've had many people ask - Andrea - what are pulses? Well. Let me tell you. A pulse is the actual edible part of the legume! Think chickpeas, lentils, kidney beans, and green peas (the 'legume kind'). Many people aren't so sure about beans and lentils. I find if you didn't grow up eating them, you might have them in chili, every once and a while, but you tend to not include them in your diet. However, I think there is a great movement towards including them, and rightfully so - I'm a huge proponent...